Mine sound blissful in comparison to yours Y.
It’s also demoralizing when my parents make statements like ‘within this year we need to marry you off’. Not sure how long I can fight them off for.
I did nothing wrong today. I don’t deserve this today. It’s coming :(
It’s 3 years later and my parents still discuss a decision I made then. Shoulda coulda. They’ve been on my case about this since I was 18. But the talks existed before that even. And it’s just been following me for so long. And puts me in a weird catatonic state where I feel in conflict with what I want vs what my parents want, my own doubts about whether my parents are right vs certainty that I know better, my own abilities. Then there is also feeling of having failed my parents or feeling like a disappointment. It just feels demoralizing and I feel like giving up before I accomplish anything
Me: the Y chromosome is considerably smaller and carries little information
Dude *visibly offended*: no. no. It isn’t smaller. It’s the same size as the X chromosome
Me: no it’s smaller in size, but no need to take it personally because you have one.
Dude: no, it’s not smaller, it’s just missing a leg.
this makes no sense
Mom: yah he’s not good looking and is too old for you
Me: then why did you want me to meet him
Mom: his mom is so nice and sweet lady, I like her very much
Not sure if I talked about it before but I was in a pretty confusing place for 2 years, spiritually/religiously speaking until late last year. It feels nice to have finally come to terms with where I am at. I went from being orthodox in my approach to my practice of my religion to not knowing where i stood. Not going to lie though, it was an emotional struggle, it felt like losing a part of yourself. Thats a cliché saying but I think you don’t really know what that feels like until you experience it. It feels empty.
So that was me and I just let it be. I let the confusion be. I let the unknowing be. And I eventually figured it out. It wasn’t a nice journey. But better now having been through it.
نیا فون نیا کی بورڈ
Real horror show right here folks. This monstrosity is at least 7 cm in diameter. How to kill it
CULTURAL GENOCIDE: Before and After photo of a young Cree boy, forced to attend a Canadian “Indian school.” (1910)
Anonymous asked: You and I have the same views on marriage and I have a question. Is it bad that I on principle will reject any guy from abroad because I don't want to be used as a passport/green card/visa/whatever?
Hey hun. I don’t think it’s bad to reject any guy for any reason whatsoever. Of course, your reason is a legitimate concern arising from actual happenings. But even if you just weren’t *feeling* it, that’s cool too. Do what’s best for you.
I wish I was dating Samira Wiley.